Category Archives: mental health

More Meditation, Less Medication

In this day and age, there seems to be a pill for everything.  Not only are people running to their doctors for relief, the providers themselves are over-prescribing, patients are misusing their prescriptions, and often times, they become addicted to … Continue reading

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Acceptance is the Answer to All My Problems

Today I am learning to accept things as they are.  I don’t have to like them, but I do need to learn a new way of thinking in order to be content. Continue reading

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No, I’m Not On A Diet

Over the past eight years I haven’t quite accepted the identity of being a “sober person.” Yet.  So, that’s why I’m writing about it. My thoughts about it have wavered; at times, I was accepting of myself, and at others, … Continue reading

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Shattering the Shame: Why I Haven’t Openly Talked About My Sobriety

“The truth will set you free, but not until it is finished with you.” -David Foster Wallace

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